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== Posters ==
 
== Posters ==
  
The following poster shows examples of using using necessary and sufficient definitions, AKA intersections, to compute an is_a hierarchy using the OBO-Edit reasoner:
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1. The following poster shows examples of using using necessary and sufficient definitions, AKA intersections, to compute an is_a hierarchy using the OBO-Edit reasoner:
 
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[[Media:Berlin_poster_final.pdf| 'Building Maintainable, interconnected anatomy ontologies' David Osumi-Sutherland, FlyBase.]] This poster was presented at 3rd International Boicuration Conference in Berlin, April 2009.
[[Media:Berlin_poster_final.pdf| 'Building Maintainable, interconnected anatomy ontologies' David Osumi-Sutherland, FlyBase. Poster presented at 3rd International Boicuration Conference in Berlin, April 2009]]
 
  
 
The poster uses figures generated using the OBO-Edit graph editor, but doesn't provide any details of how OBO-Edit was used to generate cross-product definitions, or to render the graphs shown in the figures.  This is covered in the additional information [[posted here]].
 
The poster uses figures generated using the OBO-Edit graph editor, but doesn't provide any details of how OBO-Edit was used to generate cross-product definitions, or to render the graphs shown in the figures.  This is covered in the additional information [[posted here]].

Revision as of 08:26, 12 May 2009

Posters

1. The following poster shows examples of using using necessary and sufficient definitions, AKA intersections, to compute an is_a hierarchy using the OBO-Edit reasoner:

 'Building Maintainable, interconnected anatomy ontologies' David Osumi-Sutherland, FlyBase. This poster was presented at 3rd International Boicuration Conference in Berlin, April 2009.

The poster uses figures generated using the OBO-Edit graph editor, but doesn't provide any details of how OBO-Edit was used to generate cross-product definitions, or to render the graphs shown in the figures. This is covered in the additional information posted here.